Christina Bell, Ph.D.

Adjunct Instructor

Hi, friends! I am Dr. Christina Bell, and I currently teach K–5 Visual Arts in a Title 1 school in Stokes County, North Carolina. I love teaching and consider myself a lifelong learner. I completed my bachelor’s degree in studio art (with a concentration in painting and printmaking) and my master’s degree in teaching at Salem College of Winston in Salem, North Carolina. I also have a doctoral degree in educational leadership from Liberty University. I am excited to share my talents and knowledge with you through The Art of Education University.

In my K–5 art room, I focus on building relationships with my students, establishing a consistent, safe, and loving environment, and providing artistic opportunities many students may never experience otherwise. We love creating art, and I love sharing it in our community.

I spend most of my time with my family when I am not teaching or learning. I have two beautiful children and a wonderful husband, all of whom I adore. We enjoy beach camping, exploring mountains, hiking trails, and playing basketball, soccer, tennis, volleyball, dancing, and gymnastics for my daughter. We also love being at home together, relaxing.

Professional Achievements:
Bachelor’s Degree, Salem College | 2015
Master’s Degree, Salem College | 2017
Liberty University Doctorate Degree (On learning about volume before we begin learning about it in school.), Liberty University | 2022